List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
ELISHADER Elishader Mr. McLean,
Mr. McDonald,
Mr. McKenzie,
008 This name applies to a district on which there are about a dozen of Croft houses, each one storey in height, thatched, and in poor repair, on Captaon Frasers property.
DÙN GREANAN Dun Greanan William McLean, Clachan, East side.
Mr. Mcdonald, Garrafad,
Mr. McKenzie, Garrafad
008 This name applies to the ruins of what is supposed to have been a Danish Fort. It was built of a circular shape and had a wall of about eight feet in thicKness with a passage capable of admitting a man in centre of wall all round it, although supposed to have been of Danish origin, it bears a resemblance to what is Known as Pictish Towers in the County of Sutherland, on Captn [Captain] Frasers property.

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Dùn Greanan [note] Changed By order John T. Hoban Ca. [Civilian Assistant] 20 Oct. [October] 77.

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